Re-Sorb®, 2.26 oz pkt

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$3.14

Re-Sorb®, 2.26 oz pkt

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Re-Sorb® Oral rehydration treatment is used to replace lost fluids in scouring calves. Provides other electrolytes, glucose and glycine. Give orally at the 1st signs of scours. Read More

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Description

Re-Sorb® Oral Hydration,
Electrolyte Product 

Oral rehydration treatment to replace lost fluids in scouring calves. Provides other electrolytes, glucose and glycine. Give orally at the 1st signs of scours. For 2 days feed in place of milk; then reduce quantity and mix with milk for 2 more days. Mix 1 pkt with 2 quarts water for 1 feeding.

Key Facts of Re-Sorb®:

  • Rapidly replenishes lost electrolytes and fluids in the scouring calf
  • Oral dosing permits fluid replacement at first signs of scours
  • Easy to mix, dissolves rapidly, stays in solution
  • Palatable formula tastes good, avoids stress of tube feeding

Not Labeled for Goats!

Any use of a product that is not clearly defined on the label directions should only be done under supervision of a qualified veterinary professional.

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Attributes

  • Brand: Zoetis
  • Ingredient: Sodium Chloride,Potassium Phosphate,Citric Acid,Anhydrous,Potassium Citrate,Glucose,Aminoacetic Acid
  • Form: Drinking Water
  • Size: 2.26 oz

Reviews (2)

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  1. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Best stuff ever!"

    We've lost several calves before coming across this stuff, and now we always keep enough on hand for 2 cows at all times. Follow the directions and your calf will be up and running in no time!

  2. 5.0 out of 5 stars

    "Excellent product"

    "This product is a great help when we first get our calves shipped in or are having issues with scours. It mixes really easily and is perfect for mixing ""in bottle"" in a pinch. Calves take to it really well and it isn't a thick gel like some (which we have never really had much luck with). I raise A LOT of bottle calves and this is a MUST HAVE in my book. "

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